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New 2023 Williams SportJet 345. Powered by a Rotax Ace 903 3 cylinder 90HP Engine. The latest edition to this thrilling range gives those with smaller yachts the opportunity to truly experience these high-performance, super-fun tenders. Designed to fit on the back of 16m+/52ft+ motor yachts, it might have a smaller LOA, but that doesn’t stop it seating five adults. The BRP Rotax engine also packs a punch, while the sports hull gives impressive stability to create an exceptional craft. Whether you’re pulling a skier or going in search of unspoilt turquoise coves and deserted golden beaches ... read more
Williams 325 from 2011 with approx. 50 engine hours and immediate availability. The RIB was kept as a T/T tender on a flybridge yacht and has been well-looked after. EU TAX PAID - NO TRAILER - COVER INCLUDED.... read more
|Price:|| €16,500 Tax Paid|
YEAR FUEL LOA BEAM DRAFT HULL ENGINE(S) HOURS LYING
2008 Petrol 10.7' / 3.25m 6.0' / 1.85m ' / m GRP Weber 162 Brundall
Williams 325 Jet Rib with brand new trailer – 2008 model. Only 162 hours – Just had a major engine service, new jet drive, new battery, oil change – comes with over cover – All ready to jump in and enjoy – View recommended and part exchange considered.
Norfolk Boat Sales offer the details of this boat in good faith however we are unable to guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the con... read more
|Price:|| £9,950 Tax Paid|
The Inverse Law of Boating
There’s a little known law in boating that’s says the fun to be had onboard is inversely proportional to the size of your boat!
Most of us fell in love with the water on little boats – boats that let you get close enough to the water to feel the spray on your face and the wind in your hair. That’s why so many owners of larger boats will tell you they have the most fun on their tenders!! Whether they’re exploring shallow coves or pulling the kids or grand kids on a water toy; nothing beats those ‘tender moments’.
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